Marit Rehavi

Associate Professor
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About

Marit Rehavi is an Associate Professor in the Vancouver School of Economics and a Fellow of the Institutions, Organization and Growth group at the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.

Prior to arriving at UBC, she was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar in Health Policy Research at the University of Michigan and received her PhD in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.

Her current research explores the factors that influence expert decisions and use of discretion in medicine, politics and law. She has also studied the effects of politician identity (specifically gender and party affiliation) on fiscal policy and government priorities.

Her research focuses on health, law and economics, and political economy. Her current research explores the factors that influence expert decisions and use of discretion in medicine, politics and law.


Research

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LAW AND ECONOMICS

Racial Disparity in Federal Criminal Sentences. (with Sonja Starr), Journal of Political Economy 122 (6), 2014. [Data Appendix] [Racial Disparity in Federal Criminal Charging and Its Sentencing Consequences]

Mandatory Sentencing and Racial Disparity:  Assessing the Role of Prosecutors and the Effects of Booker

On Estimating Disparity and Inferring Causation: Sur-Reply to the U.S. Sentencing Commission Staff. (with Sonja Starr), Yale Law Journal Online vol. 123, 2013.

Tipping the Scales? Testing for Political Influence in Public Corruption Prosecutions. (with B. Nyhan) [data appendix]


PUBLIC AND HEALTH ECONOMICS

Physicians Treating Physicians: Information and Incentives in Childbirth. (with Erin Johnson), forthcoming AEJ: Economic Policy [Data Appendix] [Supplementary Tables] [NBER working Paper Version]

Trade Adjustment Assitance. (with K. Baicker), Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 18 (2), 2004.

A Doctor Will See You Now: Provider Continuity and Patient Outcomes. (with E. Johnson, D. Carusi and D. Chan)

Partial Reporting: An Example from Charitable Giving. (with D. Shack)

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF PUBLIC FINANCE

Sex and Politics: Do Female Legislators Affect State Spending?

Different Models or Measures? Party Effects at the Local and National Levels.


Additional Description


Marit Rehavi

Associate Professor
phone 604 822 5226
location_on Room 104 Iona Building
file_download Download CV

Marit Rehavi is an Associate Professor in the Vancouver School of Economics and a Fellow of the Institutions, Organization and Growth group at the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.

Prior to arriving at UBC, she was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar in Health Policy Research at the University of Michigan and received her PhD in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.

Her current research explores the factors that influence expert decisions and use of discretion in medicine, politics and law. She has also studied the effects of politician identity (specifically gender and party affiliation) on fiscal policy and government priorities.

Her research focuses on health, law and economics, and political economy. Her current research explores the factors that influence expert decisions and use of discretion in medicine, politics and law.

Please click on paper titles for abstracts and full text downloads.

LAW AND ECONOMICS

Racial Disparity in Federal Criminal Sentences. (with Sonja Starr), Journal of Political Economy 122 (6), 2014. [Data Appendix] [Racial Disparity in Federal Criminal Charging and Its Sentencing Consequences]

Mandatory Sentencing and Racial Disparity:  Assessing the Role of Prosecutors and the Effects of Booker

On Estimating Disparity and Inferring Causation: Sur-Reply to the U.S. Sentencing Commission Staff. (with Sonja Starr), Yale Law Journal Online vol. 123, 2013.

Tipping the Scales? Testing for Political Influence in Public Corruption Prosecutions. (with B. Nyhan) [data appendix]


PUBLIC AND HEALTH ECONOMICS

Physicians Treating Physicians: Information and Incentives in Childbirth. (with Erin Johnson), forthcoming AEJ: Economic Policy [Data Appendix] [Supplementary Tables] [NBER working Paper Version]

Trade Adjustment Assitance. (with K. Baicker), Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 18 (2), 2004.

A Doctor Will See You Now: Provider Continuity and Patient Outcomes. (with E. Johnson, D. Carusi and D. Chan)

Partial Reporting: An Example from Charitable Giving. (with D. Shack)

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF PUBLIC FINANCE

Sex and Politics: Do Female Legislators Affect State Spending?

Different Models or Measures? Party Effects at the Local and National Levels.

Marit Rehavi

Associate Professor
phone 604 822 5226
location_on Room 104 Iona Building
file_download Download CV

Marit Rehavi is an Associate Professor in the Vancouver School of Economics and a Fellow of the Institutions, Organization and Growth group at the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.

Prior to arriving at UBC, she was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar in Health Policy Research at the University of Michigan and received her PhD in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.

Her current research explores the factors that influence expert decisions and use of discretion in medicine, politics and law. She has also studied the effects of politician identity (specifically gender and party affiliation) on fiscal policy and government priorities.

Her research focuses on health, law and economics, and political economy. Her current research explores the factors that influence expert decisions and use of discretion in medicine, politics and law.

Please click on paper titles for abstracts and full text downloads.

LAW AND ECONOMICS

Racial Disparity in Federal Criminal Sentences. (with Sonja Starr), Journal of Political Economy 122 (6), 2014. [Data Appendix] [Racial Disparity in Federal Criminal Charging and Its Sentencing Consequences]

Mandatory Sentencing and Racial Disparity:  Assessing the Role of Prosecutors and the Effects of Booker

On Estimating Disparity and Inferring Causation: Sur-Reply to the U.S. Sentencing Commission Staff. (with Sonja Starr), Yale Law Journal Online vol. 123, 2013.

Tipping the Scales? Testing for Political Influence in Public Corruption Prosecutions. (with B. Nyhan) [data appendix]


PUBLIC AND HEALTH ECONOMICS

Physicians Treating Physicians: Information and Incentives in Childbirth. (with Erin Johnson), forthcoming AEJ: Economic Policy [Data Appendix] [Supplementary Tables] [NBER working Paper Version]

Trade Adjustment Assitance. (with K. Baicker), Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol. 18 (2), 2004.

A Doctor Will See You Now: Provider Continuity and Patient Outcomes. (with E. Johnson, D. Carusi and D. Chan)

Partial Reporting: An Example from Charitable Giving. (with D. Shack)

POLITICAL ECONOMY OF PUBLIC FINANCE

Sex and Politics: Do Female Legislators Affect State Spending?

Different Models or Measures? Party Effects at the Local and National Levels.